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How autism spectrum disorder is diagnosed

Autism diagnosis: what to expect There's no single test for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Instead, autism diagnosis is based on: watching how your child plays and interacts with others - that is, how your child is developing now interviewing you reviewing your child's developmental history - that is, how your child has developed in the past.
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How to foster the value of empathy in children

Empathy is a value of & 39; wise & 39 ;. Many thinkers agree that it is the & 39; value of values ​​& 39 ;. Without a doubt, it is an essential value that can be instilled and strengthened in children from an early age, and that will help them in relationships with others and in personal knowledge.You, as a mother or father, can help your child to enhance empathy .
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Children's ear care in the pool

When children go to the pool it is very common to get an ear infection called otitis; When it makes its appearance, it is accompanied by inflammation, pain and even fever. To avoid this type of infection, Dr. Gracia Aránguez, explains to us what are the ear care for children in the pool that parents should have to prevent ear infections.
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The mistake of forcing children to share

Learning to share is good teaching for our children, however, it must be done with logic, when the child is ready and, above all, in circumstances that lend themselves to it and are fair for the child. We parents tend to force children to share and this is a big mistake, especially if when we do it our child runs out of toys, no swing or no bicycle.
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Risks and prevention of breast cancer

Breast cancer is one of the main causes of death among the female population, in many parts of the world. It is a very silent disease whose symptoms are almost imperceptible. For this reason, experts insist that early detection is the best method to avoid the risks of breast cancer.
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Advocating for your premature baby in the NICU: seven tips

Advocating for your premature baby in the NICU: your role In the NICU, the goal is for you to work together with the medical staff as a team looking after your baby. The nurses and doctors have expertise in the medical side of things. You have a special role in getting to know and advocating for your premature baby's best interests.
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